If you’re having a Superbowl invitation party wording for invites are as important as the chips and dip if you want all your rowdy friends to attend.
There’s nothing complicated about attending a Super Bowl party. A Super Bowl invite is like any other party invite in terms of the information it contains. The difference is mostly stylistic.
invitations can be informal or formal. Although invitations have traditionally sent through the mail, informal invitations such as emails and phone invitations are becoming more acceptable.
It’s best to invite guests three to four weeks in advance. If you choose to invite your guests by phone, remind them again in writing two weeks before the gathering.
Super Bowl is the popular name used to describe the championship game of the National Football league (NFL). With over 110 million viewers, it is annually the most-watched single-day television event in the United States.
Here are some great Super Bowl Invitation Wording
Are you ready for some football? Come join all your rowdy friends for some Super Bowl Fun.
Come on over and have some fun. We are inviting everyone.
Come to our Superbowl tailgate and take a eat. Let’s watch the team that can’t be beaten. [date and time]. [location and address].
Go Team Go! Join us for a Superbowl Party on [date] at our home located [address].
It’s Official. The best Super Bowl party will be at the [name]. Penalty for no shows.
Join us to be an armchair quarterback.
Kickoff time is drawing near. It’s time to let out a great big cheer. Join our tailgate for a whole lot of fun. The countdown to the game has just begun.
Pass, run, score. That’s what the day has in store. Join us for a Super Bowl Party.
Rain, Sleet, or Snow. All our rowdy friends are invited to come in out of the cold and join us for a Superbowl Party.
So the officials are conferring and you may disagree, however, one thing is for sure… a great game it will be.
Some will drink beer and watch the game and cheer. While others will watch a flick, sip wine, and hang with the chicks. You can’t lose whichever room you choose.
Superbowl Sunday. [names] cordially invite you to a Championship Blowout on [day of week], [date] from [time] to [time].
Tailgate Party. Meet at [name] house at [time] for the caravan. Remember your ticket’s because you can’t have mine.
The [team] had a great season, but it has come to an end. We are having a celebration, please come and bring a friend.
The refs have conferred and we agree we want you at our party. Join us for the Super Bowl.
Time to kick some [bleep]. You’re invited to the [name] annual super Bowl Party. Please bring a dish to share.
Touchdown. Please join the [name] family for burgers, beer, and cheer at our Annual Superbowl Bash.
To All Our Rowdy Friends:
Come Over For Our
Super Bowl Party
Sunday, February 1 at 3:30 pm
Mike and Karen’s Place
1234 Gridiron Lane
Bring one dish to share – beer is on us!
RSVP by Jan. 24
It’s Super Bowl Time!
Join Us For Beer, Pizza, and a Friendly $5 Football Pool
Don’t Fumble This One – RSVP by Jan. 16
We’re Having A Super Bowl XLIX Party
Bring a Dish to Share and the Beer of Your Choice
Missing Out on This Would be a Personal Foul
Let’s Drink Beer and Watch Football!
Nancy and Steve Are Having A
Super Bowl Party
Don’t Pass It Up!
Are You Ready For Some Football?
You’re Invited to Our
Epic Super Bowl Party
Join us for food, awesome commercials, a halftime show, and oh yeah, someone said something about a football game
We’re Having A
Super Bowl Party
(No Matter Who’s Playing)
We’ll Have Pizza and Domestic Brews
Bring Anything Else You’d Like